Potapas Gluten Free Tortillas made from Potatoes
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- Published 11/1/2013
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The next generation of tortillas is here. Potapas Gluten Free Tortillas made from Potatoes are a great taste alternative to traditional flour, corn and gluten free rice flour tortillas. Their savory, potato flavor and soft, pliable texture compliments a wide variety of fillings for all to enjoy. The fact that they are gluten free is the additional benefit! Beyond traditional tacos, Potapas make great breakfast tacos or even Thai chicken tacos.
Potapas are tested and certified gluten free in accordance to standards set by the Gluten Free Certification Organization. They are also made with garbanzo bean flour for protein and cassava flour and chicory root inulin for fiber, but no corn. Each 1 oz tortilla is 60 calories with 1 g fat, 1 g fiber and 1 g protein. Since no preservatives are used, Potapas must be kept frozen until ready to use. After thawing, they can be heated on a hot pan for best results or microwaved.
One Package: 8 count tortillas/8 oz net weight
Water, dehydrated potatoes, garbanzo bean flour, cassava flour, modified tapioca starch, expeller pressed canola oil, chicory inulin fiber, potato starch, konjac gum, xanthan gum, natural potato flavor.
Potapas are Kosher as well.
Potillas LLC is sparking a revolution in food innovation by creating gluten free products that taste great. Potapas were created as a delicious, new tortilla based on the love of all things potato, while benefiting those who are seeking gluten free foods. Potillas LLC is located in San Diego, California.
If you would like more information about Potapas, visit their site.
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